Category Archives: Someone Bought This

Obscure, strange, and sometimes downright horrible wrestling merchandise that someone paid good money to obtain.

It Came From YouTube: “Scott Steiner’s Freak Show” workout video promo

3 Submitted by on Tue, 23 April 2013, 20:21
Crapper Paul S. submitted this and writes: In his very own workout video Scott Steiner shows you how to lose weight, by doing exercises that would be impossible for anyone without a Steiner-esc physique. “Maybe it’s right… maybe it ain’t… but it’s what I do.” – Steiner sums it up as only he can. GAH! That’s horrifying! You’re right, I Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Karate Fighters Tournament: Sunny Vs. A midget luchador

5 Submitted by on Fri, 19 April 2013, 00:00
This is a 1997 commercial from Raw for Milton Bradley Karate Fighters (think “Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots” but with Karate action figures kicking instead of robots punching) featuring a “tournament” where a midget Luchador named “Shrimp Scampi” (har-har!) competes in a grueling match. (Spoiler: Shrimp Scampi loses). But more important than any of that, the video features the beautiful Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Rare Crush song from WrestleMania: The Album

1 Submitted by on Thu, 18 April 2013, 19:46
Aloha, Crappers! This is “Cold Crush”; a song that was somehow only available on the European versions of “WrestleMania: The Album”. Oh, those lucky Europeans! I wish we Americans had been treated to this gem of a song. “Go! Go! Go Crush!”. I prefer “Go Ninja, Go Ninja, Go!”, myself… Audio courtesy of the Demo button on any late-80′s Casio Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: The Nostalgia Critic reviews Hulk Hogan’s Suburban Commando, and Mr. Nanny too!

11 Submitted by on Mon, 15 April 2013, 02:51
I can’t embed this one, but check out Doug “The Nostalgia Critic” Walker’s hilarious review of the Hulk Hogan movie Suburban Commando. The movie isn’t quite as much fun as No Holds Barred, but it’s still worth watching just for Christopher Lloyd alone. But that’s not all! You can also watch The Nostalgia Critic’s review of Hulk Hogan’s Mr. Nanny here which Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Sting’s Sprite commercial

7 Submitted by on Sun, 14 April 2013, 00:00
Crapper Jordan Mishkin sent in this hilarious Sprite soft drink commercial featuring Sting. I always loved this one… and not just because Sting is straight-up beating the tar out of a poor, helpless 12 year old. Sting tells the kid he’s from “The Dream Come True Fantasy Foundation” which presumably is like “The Make-A-Wish Foundation”. So, I assume the kid has to Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: LWO Temporary Tattoo

1 Submitted by on Sat, 13 April 2013, 18:05
Crapper Chris Morgan sent in this LWO temporary tattoo (remember that short-lived faction in WCW?). He writes: What is more fun than a temporary tattoo? The answer is, of course, everything, including but not limited to pondering the fact that someday every trace of life on this planet will completely disappear, unmourned and unloved. That is, unless it is a Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: WWE Supernatural Sportz Drinks from Australia

5 Submitted by on Sat, 13 April 2013, 09:54
  Crapper Stone Cold Spider 3:16 sent in these sports drinks.. er… sports drinks, and writes: G’Day from down under here are some SuperNatrual Sportz drinks featuring Dave Batista, John Cena and Triple H my mate gave me as a joke Christmas present apparently the drinks are “Scientifically formulated for rapid hydration” i hope u got as much as a Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: WWF Fan Festival ’94 and ’95 cost less than a replica belt to put together.

4 Submitted by on Fri, 12 April 2013, 11:49
6 minutes, 22 seconds into this block of 1995 commercials is an ad for the then-upcoming WWF Fan Festival ’95. It was basically the pre-curser to the modern “Axxess” events (that’s their stupid spelling, not mine). It was held in the Hartford Civic Center in the days leading up to WrestleMania XI. This was deep into the “bad period” for Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Stan Hansen Japanese Trading Card Game Commercial

7 Submitted by on Fri, 12 April 2013, 10:14
Crapper Ryan Taylor submitted this weird commercial and writes… Here’s “The Lariat” in a commercial for a Japanese trading card game, which only goes to prove that Japan is still weird. VANGARD FIGHT! DAIGO! Let me say yet again how much I love Japanese commercials. There needs to be a U.S TV channel that shows nothing but Japanese commercials. Thanks Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: George “The Animal” Steele commercials with a Ghostbusters bonus!

3 Submitted by on Thu, 11 April 2013, 00:00
Loyal Crapper Paul R. writes: A little something for It Came From It Came From YouTube. Commercials starring George “The Animal” Steele. I especially like the first one with Tony Randall. Talk about an odd couple! I would’ve loved to see a sitcom with Tony and George living and working together! License To Draw Viewers(™). What a great batch of Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: WWE Superfan Showdown App with Virtual Autographs you can buy

1 Submitted by on Wed, 10 April 2013, 20:01
My Partner In Crap Art0Donnell submitted this and writes: Art0Donnell here again! Here’s a series of items in WWE’s new Superfan Showdown Facebook app: pictures of autographs. Well, not just pictures, but moving pictures! For only $3 a pop! Yes, in order to advance in WWE’s new app, one must buy fictitious merchandise such as virtual autographs, foreign objects, and Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: Michael Hayes album (with disturbing artwork and bonus song clip)

15 Submitted by on Wed, 10 April 2013, 00:12
Crapper Sean Bateman sent in this Michael Hayes album called “Off The Streets”. Yes, it went Off The Streets and Into The Discount Bin! He writes Many years before Jillian Hall and John Cena comes this gem. This Freebird should stay out of the music scene Yarr, that image of a naked Michael Hayes with the Confederate flag draped over Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: WWE Pizza Print- eat your favorite WWE Superstar on a pizza!

2 Submitted by on Mon, 08 April 2013, 00:00
“Ah! A lovely cheese pizza, just for me”. -Kevin McCallister in “Home Alone”. This is a WWE Pizza Print. It’s an edible decoration that you put on top of your pizza after it’s cooked and sliced. Here’s the thing… I like WWE (most of the time). I like pizza (nearly all of the time!) I just don’t think I want those Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: WWF WrestleMania music video

1 Submitted by on Sun, 07 April 2013, 00:00
Since today is WrestleMania 29, I thought it was appropriate to post this song that celebrates all that is WrestleMania. Crapper Chris Brown writes: I saw today that there’s a re-post of RD’s classic induction of the not-so-classic WrestleMania: The Album.  I thought it’d be fitting for “It Came From YouTube” to feature the music video for the opening track, which Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: WrestleMania 29 Mohawk hat (for women!)

6 Submitted by on Sat, 06 April 2013, 20:57
Believe it or not, I found this WrestleMania 29 Mohawk Hat in the Women’s section of the WWE Shop website. I just can’t believe the WWE expects this thing to appeal to women (or anyone with a pulse, for that matter). I don’t know what’s worse- the bright blue mohawk itself, or the goofy dangly ball things that end up going to Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: TNA Dixie Carter figure

23 Submitted by on Thu, 04 April 2013, 21:35
Yes, you can now buy your own TNA Impact Wrestling Dixie Carter figure for just $29.99 plus shipping. And better yet; it’s autographed by Dixie herself! License To Become A Collectable! They even have a little contest going. I’ll let them explain: Buy your exclusive autographed Action Figure of TNA President Dixie Carter from ShopTNA.com. Then, follow @TNADixie on Twitter and post a picture Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: “Rowdy” Roddy Piper joins the G.I Joe Army!

5 Submitted by on Wed, 03 April 2013, 08:05
Crapper Little Louie P, a.k.a. The Doctor of Style submitted this awesome figure of Roddy Piper in the world of G.I Joe (!) and writes: Folks already know that top wrestler Sgt. Slaughter crossed over into the world of GI Joe. (Indeed, that’s where I first heard of him.) He worked with the other Joe “faces” and had his own Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: WWF LCD Handheld video games

9 Submitted by on Wed, 03 April 2013, 00:00
These two handheld video games were released in the early 1990′s by Tiger (WWF Superstars) and Acclaim (WWF Royal Rumble) respectively. I’ve never played these particular games, but I remember handheld LCD games were a great time-waster even if the graphics were primitive. They weren’t as advanced as the original Game Boy but they were a lot cheaper and still Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This: WWE Superstars Piggy Banks including John Cena!

5 Submitted by on Mon, 01 April 2013, 19:19
Crapper Terrence Gordon found these… um, interesting WWE Superstar Piggy Banks including the John Cena one pictured above. He writes: HOW CAN YOU NOT WANT CENA PIGGYBANKS! When the bank is full it will never break because pigcena wont sell your moves. I’ve got to give them points for creativity with some of those. The custom touches for each character’s Continue Reading...
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Someone Bought This- Crush S.T.O.M.P figure with ironic accessory

4 Submitted by on Sat, 30 March 2013, 00:00
Crapper Jackson Adamczak sent in this Crush S.T.O.M.P figure and writes: I just saw the Ivan Putski “Someone Bought This,” and made me wonder if you ever inducted the WWF S.T.O.M.P. action figures? I mean, Crush had a bullet proof vest and a GUN. I think R.D already inducted these S.T.O.M.P figures before, but yeah, these are weird. There’s an Continue Reading...
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It Came From YouTube: Stone Cold Steve Austin plays with WWF Jakks figures (commercial)

2 Submitted by on Mon, 25 March 2013, 00:00
This is a WWF Jakks figure From 1997. I just love this ad and the idea that badass Stone Cold Steve Austin plays with wrestling figures in his spare time. He’s hilarious “playing” here: “How’s it going, Vince?” “Hey, wait just a minute…” I like how they used actual Vince sound clips in this to re-create the moment. This just Continue Reading...
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